One-storey prefabricated house - A perfect choice to optimize building cost
For the time being, the pre-engineered steel building is an optimal choice for households because of its convenience, luxury, time-saving construction, and reasonable cost. In this article, BMB Steel will provide you with information about the prefabricated house with 1 ground floor and 1 floor - a solution to save space and optimize construction costs.
The pre-engineered building with 1 ground floor and 1 floor are gradually becoming popular because it has a swift construction time, high aesthetic quality, and durability.
Compared to concrete houses, the pre-engineered ones have more prominent advantages such as:
The cost is a big problem when building a factory, warehouse, or pre-engineered steel building. Besides, people are also concerned about the quality, durability, and reputation of contractors.
For households with moderate finance but still want to own a luxurious, spacious, and trendy house, the one-storey pre-engineered steel house will be an appropriate choice.
The cost of this building is 30% more economical than that of a traditional house. Besides, it also limits the excess of materials after construction.
Using stainless steel materials and waterproof paint, the owner will not need to worry about moldy or wet problems. In addition, it is also easy to repair at a low price.
This is also a reusable material because the steel structures are all attached to each other by bolts, braces, screws, etc., so the disassembly is straightforward; they can be used for other things or liquidated if necessary.
It only takes about 1 week for you to put your new house into use for conventional construction. For more complicated projects, it takes about 1 month. When compared to traditional methods (which take up to 2-3 months or half a year to complete), this type of construction is much more economical and time-saving.
You will not need to worry about the durability or quality of the prefabricated house with 1 ground floor and 1 floor because almost all the components are manufactured in the factory before erection at the construction site.
To design a drawing, it is necessary to achieve the following two factors: technical and budget. There are 3 standard steps to make a drawing for a one-storey prefabricated house:
After figuring out customers’ needs, architects will put these ideas on the drawings to suit the space, layout, structure, electricity, water, ventilation, etc., to ensure the house’s safety, aesthetics, and standards.
Engineers need to carefully calculate the connective details of the steel structure, such as self-load, dead load, live load, crane load, and wind load.
After receiving technical drawings, engineers at the workshop will base on them to make production drawings (includes all structural details and statistics of materials)
Each stage all requires meticulousness, precision, and carefulness because every step is closely related to each other. If a step is wrong, the following steps will also be wrong. In every step, the contractor and the owner will discuss to come up with the best agreement and solution. Therefore, all of the above should be done by reputable and experienced engineers.